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Earth or garden soil
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  1. Earth or garden soil
  2. Any unclean or soiling matter, as mud, dust, dung, trash, etc.; filth
  3. A filthy or soiling substance, such as mud or dust.
Black earth containing decaying matter, used as a fertilizer
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  1. Black earth containing decaying matter, used as a fertilizer
  2. Dark fertile soil containing decaying vegetable matter.
  3. Mire; mud
The waste matter carried off by sewers or drains
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  1. The waste matter carried off by sewers or drains
  2. Liquid and solid waste carried off in sewers or drains.
  3. A suspension of water and solid waste, transported by sewers to be disposed of or processed.
Food wastes, as from a kitchen.
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  1. Food wastes, as from a kitchen.
  2. Refuse; trash.
  3. Things or something thrown away, specif. spoiled or waste food
Something morally offensive; filth.
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  1. Something morally offensive; filth.
  2. Excrement; dung.
The excrement of animals.
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  1. The excrement of animals.
  2. Animal excrement
  3. Manure.
Waste matter eliminated from the intestinal tract.
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  1. Waste matter eliminated from the intestinal tract.
A contaminating or being contaminated
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  1. A contaminating or being contaminated
  2. (Linguistics) A process whereby words with related meanings come to have similar sounds.
  3. The process of making a material or surface unclean or unsuited for its intended purpose, usually by the addition or attachment of undesirable foreign substances.
The act or process of corrupting.
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  1. The act or process of corrupting.
  2. Something corrupted, as an improperly altered word or text
  3. The act or fact of making, becoming, or being corrupt
Something that pollutes; a pollutant or a group of pollutants:
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  1. Something that pollutes; a pollutant or a group of pollutants:
  2. The contamination of air, water, or soil by substances that are harmful to living organisms. Pollution can occur naturally, for example through volcanic eruptions, or as the result of human activities, such as the spilling of oil or disposal of industrial waste. &diamf3; Light from cities and towns at night that interferes with astronomical observations is known as light pollution. It can also disturb natural rhythms of growth in plants and other organisms. &diamf3; Continuous noise that is loud enough to be annoying or physically harmful is known as noise pollution. &diamf3; Heat from hot water that is discharged from a factory into a river or lake, where it can kill or endanger aquatic life, is known as thermal pollution.
(Uncountable) The state of being unclean
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being unclean
  2. (Countable) The result or product of being unclean.
Waste matter, such as sweat, urine, or feces, discharged from the body.
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  1. Waste matter, such as sweat, urine, or feces, discharged from the body.
Fossilized excrement
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  1. Fossilized excrement
  2. A fossil consisting of petrified dung.
  3. Fossilized excrement. Analysis of the fossilized animal and plant remains within coprolites provides important information about the diet and environment of ancient biota.
Any natural or artificial fertilizer resembling this, as bat dung
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  1. Any natural or artificial fertilizer resembling this, as bat dung
  2. Any of various similar substances, such as a fertilizer prepared from ground fish parts.
  3. A substance composed chiefly of the dung of sea birds or bats, accumulated along certain coastal areas or in caves and used as fertilizer.
The dung of livestock or poultry.
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  1. The dung of livestock or poultry.
  2. Organic substances, esp. animal excrement, put on or into the soil to fertilize it
  3. Such dung, or other organic or chemical material, used to fertilize soil.
Any liquid or semiliquid food that is unappetizing or of poor quality
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  1. Any liquid or semiliquid food that is unappetizing or of poor quality
  2. Liquid waste of any kind
  3. Waste food used to feed pigs or other animals; swill.
A filthy and wretched condition or quality.
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  1. A filthy and wretched condition or quality.
Something broken off or removed to be discarded, especially plant trimmings.
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  1. Something broken off or removed to be discarded, especially plant trimmings.
  2. Disparaging, often abusive speech about a person or group.
  3. Worthless or discarded material or objects; refuse or rubbish.
An English surname​, probably derived from Old Norse grimr or grimmr
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  1. An English surname​, probably derived from Old Norse grimr or grimmr
  2. Black dirt or soot, especially such dirt clinging to or ingrained in a surface.
  3. Dirt, esp. sooty dirt, rubbed into or covering a surface, as of the skin
A computer program, usually running over the Internet, that allows multiple users to participate in virtual-reality role-playing games.
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  1. A computer program, usually running over the Internet, that allows multiple users to participate in virtual-reality role-playing games.
  2. Wet, soft, sticky earth
  3. Slanderous or defamatory charges or comments:
A stain, blur, or smear; dirty spot
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  1. A stain, blur, or smear; dirty spot
  2. A smoky fire used to protect against frost or to repel insects.
  3. Such smoke produced by burning a material in containers (smudge pots), esp. for driving away insects or protecting plants from frost
Material with similar physical characteristics, whatever its origins or transport.
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  1. Material with similar physical characteristics, whatever its origins or transport.
  2. A sedimentary material consisting of very fine particles intermediate in size between sand and clay.
  3. A sedimentary material consisting of grains or particles of disintegrated rock, smaller than sand and larger than clay. The diameter of the particles ranges from 0.0039 to 0.0625 mm. Silt is often found at the bottom of bodies of water where it accumulates slowly by settling through the water.
An area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog.
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  1. An area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog.
  2. A disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation:
  3. Deep mud; wet, soggy earth; slush
Waste parts, especially of a butchered animal.
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  1. Waste parts, especially of a butchered animal.
  2. Refuse; garbage
Anything very disgusting or repulsive
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  1. Anything very disgusting or repulsive
  2. Dead and decaying flesh.
  3. The decaying flesh of a dead body, esp. when regarded as food for scavenging animals
A greasy compound used as a lubricant for machinery.
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  1. A greasy compound used as a lubricant for machinery.
  2. A confection consisting of shaved or crushed ice with a syrup, usually fruit-flavored, poured over it
  3. A heavy, wet mixture of snow, ice, and water
A thick, sticky, slippery substance.
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  1. A thick, sticky, slippery substance.
  2. Soft moist earth; mud.
  3. Any soft, moist, slippery, sometimes sticky matter, as soft mud, the mucous coating on fish, etc.; specif., moist or sticky matter considered filthy or disgusting
Mud, mire, or ooze covering the ground or forming a deposit, as on a riverbed.
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  1. Mud, mire, or ooze covering the ground or forming a deposit, as on a riverbed.
  2. Any heavy, slimy deposit, sediment, or mass, as the waste resulting from oil refining, the mud brought up by a mining drill, the precipitate in a sewage tank, the sediment in a steam boiler or crankcase, etc.
  3. Mud, mire, or ooze covering the ground or forming a deposit at the bottom of bodies of water
An island off the east coast of Essex where the Thames estuary joins the North Sea.
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  1. An island off the east coast of Essex where the Thames estuary joins the North Sea.
  2. The state of being foul
The property of being filthy
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Waste matter from the bowels; feces
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  1. Waste matter from the bowels; feces
  2. Waste material, especially fecal matter, that is expelled from the body after digestion.
A thick, yellowish-white liquid that forms in infected body tissues, consisting of white blood cells, dead tissue, and cellular debris.
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  1. A thick, yellowish-white liquid that forms in infected body tissues, consisting of white blood cells, dead tissue, and cellular debris.
  2. The usually yellowish-white liquid matter produced in certain infections, consisting of bacteria, white corpuscles, serum, etc.
A small amount remaining; residue
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  1. A small amount remaining; residue
  2. (collectively) The sediment settled at the bottom of a liquid; the lees in a container of unfiltered wine.
  3. The particles of solid matter that settle at the bottom in a liquid; lees
Dregs or sediment, as of fermenting wine
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  1. Dregs or sediment, as of fermenting wine
  2. Sediment settling during fermentation, especially in wine; dregs.
Material that settles to the bottom of a liquid; lees.
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  1. Material that settles to the bottom of a liquid; lees.
  2. Particles of solid matter that settle out of a suspension to the bottom of the liquid.
  3. (Geology) Solid fragmented material, such as silt, sand, gravel, chemical precipitates, and fossil fragments, that is transported and deposited by water, ice, or wind or that accumulates through chemical precipitation or secretion by organisms, and that forms layers on the Earth's surface. Sedimentary rocks consist of consolidated sediment.
Refuse or worthless matter.
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  1. Refuse or worthless matter.
  2. (Slang) One, such as a person or an element of society, that is regarded as despicable or worthless.
  3. A filmy or frothy layer of matter that forms on the surface of a liquid or body of water or on a hard surface.
The state of being putrid.
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Putrid matter
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  1. Putrid matter
  2. The condition of being putrid; decay
  3. A putrescent character or condition.
An amount of putrefied matter or an odor produced by such matter.
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  1. An amount of putrefied matter or an odor produced by such matter.
  2. Decomposition of organic matter, especially protein, by microorganisms, resulting in production of foul-smelling matter.
The quality of being rotten.
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Lack of consistency or homogeneity; adulteration.
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  1. Lack of consistency or homogeneity; adulteration.
  2. The quality or condition of being impure, especially:
  3. Contamination or pollution.
An obscene remark, act, event, etc.
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  1. An obscene remark, act, event, etc.
  2. Indecency, lewdness, or offensiveness in behavior, expression, or appearance.
  3. Something, such as a word, act, or expression, that is indecent or lewd.
(Bot.) Any of various plant diseases, esp. of cereal grasses, characterized by the appearance of masses of black spores which usually break up into a fine powder
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  1. (Bot.) Any of various plant diseases, esp. of cereal grasses, characterized by the appearance of masses of black spores which usually break up into a fine powder
  2. Any of various bacidiomycete fungi that are parasitic on plants and are distinguished by the black, powdery masses of spores that appear as sooty smudges on the affected plant parts. Smuts are parasitic chiefly on cereal grasses like corn and wheat and can cause enormous damage to crops.
  3. A particle of dirt or soot:
Sexually explicit writing, images, video, or other material whose primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal.
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  1. Sexually explicit writing, images, video, or other material whose primary purpose is to cause sexual arousal.
  2. Writings, pictures, etc. intended primarily to arouse sexual desire
  3. Lurid or sensational material. Often used in combination:
(Slang) A coating or an incrustation of filth or refuse.
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  1. (Slang) A coating or an incrustation of filth or refuse.
  2. (Sports) Heavy, sticky snow that is unsuitable for skiing.
  3. (Slang) Any coagulated substance, caked deposit, dregs, filth, etc.
Rock music that incorporates elements of punk rock and heavy metal, often expressing a bleak or nihilistic outlook.
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  1. Rock music that incorporates elements of punk rock and heavy metal, often expressing a bleak or nihilistic outlook.
  2. (Informal) Dirt or filth, especially when difficult to clean.
  3. (Informal) Filth; dirt.
(Slang) An unpleasant or disgusting (scuzzy) person
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  1. (Slang) An unpleasant or disgusting (scuzzy) person
  2. Filth, grime, etc.
Material, such as gravel or slag, from which metal is extracted in mining.
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  1. Material, such as gravel or slag, from which metal is extracted in mining.
  2. Any unclean or soiling matter, as mud, dust, dung, trash, etc.; filth
  3. A filthy or soiling substance, such as mud or dust.
An English surname​, probably derived from Old Norse grimr or grimmr
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  1. An English surname​, probably derived from Old Norse grimr or grimmr
  2. Black dirt or soot, especially such dirt clinging to or ingrained in a surface.
  3. Dirt, esp. sooty dirt, rubbed into or covering a surface, as of the skin
Dark fertile soil containing decaying vegetable matter.
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  1. Dark fertile soil containing decaying vegetable matter.
  2. Black earth containing decaying matter, used as a fertilizer
  3. Anything unclean or degrading; dirt; filth
A disease or ailment, imaginary or real, especially one affecting the skin.
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  1. A disease or ailment, imaginary or real, especially one affecting the skin.
  2. (Sports) Heavy, sticky snow that is unsuitable for skiing.
  3. (Slang) A coating or an incrustation of filth or refuse.
The property of being filthy
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An island off the east coast of Essex where the Thames estuary joins the North Sea.
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  1. An island off the east coast of Essex where the Thames estuary joins the North Sea.
  2. The state of being foul
The characteristic or quality of being grimy
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  1. The characteristic or quality of being grimy
The characteristic or quality of being grubby.
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  1. The characteristic or quality of being grubby.
A filthy and wretched condition or quality.
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  1. A filthy and wretched condition or quality.
The condition or quality of being unclean
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  1. The condition or quality of being unclean
(Uncountable) The state of being unclean
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  1. (Uncountable) The state of being unclean
  2. (Countable) The result or product of being unclean.
(Archaic) The occupation of a bawd
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  1. (Archaic) The occupation of a bawd
  2. Risqué, coarse, or obscene language.
Material, such as gravel or slag, from which metal is extracted in mining.
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  1. Material, such as gravel or slag, from which metal is extracted in mining.
  2. Any unclean or soiling matter, as mud, dust, dung, trash, etc.; filth
  3. A filthy or soiling substance, such as mud or dust.
An obscene remark, act, event, etc.
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  1. An obscene remark, act, event, etc.
  2. Indecency, lewdness, or offensiveness in behavior, expression, or appearance.
  3. Something, such as a word, act, or expression, that is indecent or lewd.
(Uncountable) The quality of being profane.
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  1. (Uncountable) The quality of being profane.
  2. (Countable) Obscene, lewd or abusive language.
  3. Something profane; esp., profane language or the use of profane language
Vulgar, lewdly humorous language or joking or an instance of it.
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  1. Vulgar, lewdly humorous language or joking or an instance of it.
  2. An example of ribald language or humor
Obscenity or obsession with the obscene, esp. with excrement or excretion, in literature
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  1. Obscenity or obsession with the obscene, esp. with excrement or excretion, in literature
  2. The study of feces or of fossil excrement
  3. Obscene language or literature, especially that dealing pruriently or humorously with excrement and excretory functions.
(Bot.) Any of various plant diseases, esp. of cereal grasses, characterized by the appearance of masses of black spores which usually break up into a fine powder
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  1. (Bot.) Any of various plant diseases, esp. of cereal grasses, characterized by the appearance of masses of black spores which usually break up into a fine powder
  2. Any of various bacidiomycete fungi that are parasitic on plants and are distinguished by the black, powdery masses of spores that appear as sooty smudges on the affected plant parts. Smuts are parasitic chiefly on cereal grasses like corn and wheat and can cause enormous damage to crops.
  3. A particle of dirt or soot:
The state or quality of being vulgar, crude, coarse, unrefined, etc.
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  1. The state or quality of being vulgar, crude, coarse, unrefined, etc.
  2. A vulgar act, habit, usage in speech, etc.
  3. Something, such as an act or expression, that offends good taste or propriety.
Material or a performance that is sexually explicit or evocative:
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  1. Material or a performance that is sexually explicit or evocative:
  2. Raunchy things
  3. Lewdness; vulgarity; obscenity.
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